Where My Pitches At?! View full-size image < previous next > Is this photo a winner? "We won the fundraising portion of the tournament! Everyone loved our shirts too! " - Where My Pitches At! (Aug 15, 2010) Share this photo on: Facebook Pinterest Tweet Similar Photos: tournament | charity | fundraising | pariticpant teams | philly kick for the cure Feeling inspired? Visit the CustomInk Design Lab to start your own group order. Design Your Own Enter the Contest comment by Gina - Aug 16, 2010 - back to the top We are currently experiencing some difficulties with the voting system (ink drop scores) and are in the process of fixing this â€“ in the meantime, please have your friends and family post a comment to show their support. Sorry for any inconvenience, and thanks for your patience. comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top They claim his coalition gnenrvmeot came to power illegitimately ' Claim' being the operative word here. It's not a claim; it's a fact.I also can't recall the authorities or the military being this heavy-handed during the 2006 events. Even though the yellow shirts brought the country to a standstill over 6 months, the military handled whole coup' from go to woe with an unusual degree of respect and dignity.After reading beyond all the obfuscating yellow shirt/red shirt spin of recent events, I find that 2006 was the same old scenario of an elected left-wing gnenrvmeot (mostly backed by poor rural dwellers) being overthrown by right-wing vested interests (mostly backed by affluent urban dwellers) which was then repackaged by the Western media and political spin as a legitimate coup against a corrupt' demagogue. Shades of Chile, Venezuela, Bolivia, Honduras, and even Iran Now that the original dispossessed voters are fighting back, it's now being packaged as a chaotic, angry mob creating a prolonged state of emergency.